The Airports of Clark County,NevadaVision Statement: To be a global leader in airportmanagement.Mission Statement: To provide excellence in customerservice, airport facilities and airport security.The Clark County Department of Aviation is thelargest department within the government of ClarkCounty, Nevada and is operated as an enterprise fund.McCarran International Airport and the four generalaviation facilities in the Clark County Airport System areowned by Clark County and operated under the policydirection of the Board of County Commissioners, theauthority of the County Manager and the managementof the Director and Deputy Directors of Aviation.McCarran International AirportMcCarran International Airport (LAS) is the primarycommercial airport serving the Las Vegas Valley andClark County. The airport is about five miles south ofdowntown Las Vegas. It covers roughly 2,800 acres withfour runways and two terminals. The airport is namedafter former United States Senator and native NevadanPat McCarran (1876–1954).The airport is the largest operating base for Allegiant Airand Southwest Airlines. In February 2012, McCarranalso became a crew and maintenance base for SpiritAirlines.McCarran is ranked the 26th busiestairport in the world by passenger traffic,with 47.4 million passengers transitingthrough the airport in 2016. In terms ofaircraft movements, the airport ranks 17thin the world with 448,458 takeoffs andlandings annually.In 2016, the busiest scheduled airlinesflying out of McCarran were SouthwestAirlines (38%), American Airlines (10%)Delta Air Lines (8%), United Airlines(7.5%), and Spirit Airlines (7%). Canadianairline WestJet is McCarran’s largestinternational carrier, transporting more than936,000 passengers in 2016.“Over my career, I’ve had theopportunity to live in andexperience many communitiesthroughout the US and in theend, I chose Las Vegas as agreat place to live and raise myfamily. Once you get away fromthe lights and crowds of theStrip, Las Vegas has greatneighborhoods that provide amultitude of activities for theentire family.”James ChrisleyDeputy Director of AviationThere are 1,400 employees at the airport.The operational budget for the 2017-18 fiscal year isprojected to be 550 million.p a g e2

The Airports(continued )The most recent significant capital improvement projectsinclude the completion of Terminal 3 in June 2012 andthe Runway 25R/7L reconstruction, which concluded inApril 2016. An additional project was the conversion ofan existing gating area to include seven gates capableof handling international arrivals, which opened in June2017. Year-end 2016 enplanements totaled 23,754,059.Significant operators at McCarran include FBOs AtlanticAviation and Signature Flight Support and multipleairlines with the top-five airlines being Southwest,United, Delta, American and Spirit.Henderson Executive AirportHenderson Executive Airport is the corporate choice foraviation in Southern Nevada. Located just minutes fromthe world famous Las Vegas Strip, it is the idealalternative to McCarran International Airport. ClarkCounty has invested more than 30 million to create apremier corporate aviation airport that caters to theaircraft owner’s needs, their passengers and their aircraft.North Las Vegas AirportLocated just minutes from downtown Las Vegas and theworld famous Strip, North Las Vegas Airport is aconvenient and economical alternative toMcCarran International Airport. North Las“I wanted to work at McCarranVegas Airport is designed to meet thedue to the sheer scope of theneeds of general aviation pilots and theirenvironment—you are basicallypassengers. The friendly and experiencedsupporting a small city. Thestaff will take good care of aircraft ownersvariety of projects is tremendous;and their aircraft from the moment theyalmost every field of work youtaxi onto the ramp.can think of is involved. It isextremely exciting andchallenging.”Jean SportAviation CenterAakin PatelIT Security AdministratorLocated 20 miles south of Las Vegas onI-15, Jean Sport Aviation Center is a greatlittle airport for fly-ins and ideal forrecreational aviation, including general aviation aircraft,aerobatic aircraft, gliders, ultralights and skydiving.Overton/Perkins FieldSporting a 4,800-foot, uncontrolled, paved runway, witha pilot-activated runway lighting system, Perkins Field islocated approximately 70 miles northeast of Las Vegas,just minutes from Lake Mead's Overton Beach in thepicturesque Moapa Valley.p a g e3

The CommunityEveryone knows Las Vegas as a tourist Mecca, but it is alsoa wonderful place for families to live, work and play.Clark County is one of the most dynamic communities inthe western United States, regularly enticing newresidents drawn by the area’s unique mix of lifestyles,amenities and year-round recreationalopportunities. With 2,205,200 residents, itis easily the most populous of Nevada’s“As a new graduate, I love the17 counties and was home to nearlyLas Vegas lifestyle, there’sthree-quarters of all Nevadans at thealways something to do in thisclose of 2016.24/7 city: the famous LasVegas strip, the best dining andTourism’s annual economic impact isentertainment opportunities,nearly 60 billion, supportingand fun outdoor recreation,approximately 407,000 jobs; close to 9.7such as kayaking on Lakebillion is spent annually on gamblingMead, hiking in Red Rockalone. Known as the “Destination ofCanyon, and skiing at MountChoice” for millions of visitors from aroundCharleston. You name it, wethe world, Clark County includes the citieshave it all!”of Las Vegas, Henderson, North LasVegas, Boulder City and Mesquite, andcovers nearly 8,000 square miles.Kylies FungManagement AnalystThe community represents a proud portraitof contrast and diversity where anincreasing blend of urban and ruralneighborhoods co-exist side-by-side. Diverse yet united,Clark County is a continually evolving region ofindividuals and families.Clark County offers its residents one of the largest schooldistricts in the country. There are more than 350 publicelementary, middle and senior high schools, plusnumerous parochial, charter and private schools withinthe Las Vegas Valley. The school district is dedicated tothe continued support of programs that improve studentachievement, and to the creation and implementation ofnew initiatives. There are a variety of traditional andmagnet school programs available, as well as online andhome school options. Higher education also thrives here,led by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, a renownedurban research institution with more than 26,000 studentsand more than 100 undergraduate and 120 graduate andprofessional programs. The Desert Research Institute,Nevada State College and the College of SouthernNevada offer additional educational opportunities andcareer training.A wide range of programs and activities provide ClarkCounty residents the opportunity to develop lifelonginterests. Offering recreational and leisure programs andevents for citizens of all ages, the County providesparks and innovative recreational activities such aschildren’s camps, classes, concerts, sports leagues,youth programs and senior citizen activities.p a g e4

Outdoor recreational activities are plentiful in Clark County. Mt.Charleston’s hiking, camping and skiing are just 45 minutesaway from the center of town, and Red Rock National(continued )Conservation area lies on the western fringe of the Las VegasValley. Lake Mead National Recreation Area, located 30 milesThe Smith Center, a 470 million performing arts center,southeast of Las Vegas, caters to boaters, swimmers,opened near the heart of Clark County in downtown Lasfishermen, hikers, wildlife photographers and roadsideVegas in spring 2012. It brings a variety of world-classsightseers. The Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada’s largestperformances to the area, including the Broadway Lasstate park, features a visitor’s center, nature trails and 3,000Vegas Series. Other entertainment opportunities rangeyear-old petroglyphs. It’s just 55 miles northeast of Las Vegas.from the renowned Cirque du Soleil showsHistoric Hoover Dam, built in 1935, is alsoin residence at many of the Las Vegas Stripnearby, just east of Boulder City. There are alsoresorts to the Nevada Ballet Theater and the“Little did I know, or appreciate,plenty of golf courses in the area.Las Vegas Philharmonic Orchestra.when I started working for theHome to the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, theDepartment of Aviation over 28Multiple museums showcase the history of“Entertainment Capital of the World” boastsyearsago,thatIwouldremainthis uncommon area, ranging from the Lasnine of the 10 largest hotels in the Unitedhere this long and enjoy myselfVegas Springs Preserve to the NationalStates, and more than 150,000 guest roomsasmuchasIhave.WhataMuseum of Organized Crime & Lawoverall. This jewel in the desert lures more thanwonderful, exciting, everEnforcement, commonly known as the Mob40 million tourists each year to enjoy worldchanging,challengingplacetoMuseum. Others include the Lost Cityclass entertainment and hospitality, splendidwork.”Museum and archeological site, the Old Lascasinos and recreation options. The world’sVegas Mormon Fort, the Barrick NaturalDan Busch,largest observation wheel, the 550-foot-tall HighHistory Museum, and the Sign Museum.Airport Transportation ManagerRoller, debuted in the spring of 2014, and thereOther illuminating area amenities includeare several rollercoasters and thrill rides alongMadame Tussauds Interactive Wax Museum,the resort corridor. Other attractions include athe Lied Discovery Children’s Museum anddolphin habitat, botanical gardens, thethe Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art.Adventure Dome indoor theme park, the Shark Reef AquariumThere are many other unique programs in the area. Theand the Ethel M Chocolate Factory and Cactus Garden.Las Vegas Arts District’s “First Friday” is a monthlyLas Vegas is also known as the “Wedding Capital of the World”celebration featuring local artists and performers. Boulderand couples from all over the world take advantage of themedCity is home to the annual Dam Short Film Festival, andwedding and renewal packages, including drive-through, Elvis,the Vegas Valley Book Festival brings nationally acclaimedhelicopter, and gondola weddings.writers to town. The Pop Up Poetry series features localpoets, and the annual Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and TheClark County boasts a variety of fine restaurants andGreat Santa Run are yearly favorites, as well.specialized food venues hosted by celebrity chefs such asWolfgang Puck, Emeril Lagasse and Gordon Ramsay. OfLas Vegas is home to the National Finals Rodeo, andcourse there are plenty of buffets to frequent, as well. There is aother sporting events abound such as boxing and mixeddazzling array of shopping opportunities, including well-knownmartial arts; the Las Vegas 51s minor league baseballshopping at The Forum Shops at Caesars, the Grand Canalteam; NASCAR racing at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway;Shoppes at The Venetian and the Miracle Mile Shops at Planetthe Runnin’ Rebels college basketball team; and PGA TourHollywood, as well as multiple local malls and outlet Its first major professional sports franchise, theVegas Golden Knights, will begin play at the new T-MobileThe Strip’s ongoing excitement and frequent expansionArena during the 2017-18 National Hockey Leagueprojects have factored into the historical growth of Clarkseason. Additionally, the National Football League’sCounty’s population. A high quality of life is afforded byOakland Raiders will relocate to Las Vegas in time for theNevada’s low tax rate, wonderful business climate, great2020 season, playing in a new 65,000-seat arena to beweather, friendly people and variety of recreational venues.constructed just west of the Las Vegas Strip.The Communityp a g e5

The PositionThe Manager, Commercial and Business Developmentplans, organizes and administers business activitiesincluding: airline lease agreements and operatingpermits; real estate acquisition; property disposal andmanagement, land use and zoning, related federalgrants, land development and administration ofDepartment of Aviation’s (DOA) commercial propertiesand special use facilities; negotiation and administrationof leases; space management retail, food & beverageand passenger services including advertising; groundtransportation, rental cars; administration of the DOA’sDisadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program;general aviation leases and aviation supportagreements. This position also provides expertprofessional assistance to other departments, DOAsenior leadership and staff.For a full jobdescription, click herePosition QualificationsBachelor’s Degree in Real Estate, Planning, Business orPublic Administration, or a field related to the work andfive years of full-time experience including managerialexperience in federally funded land acquisitionprograms, airport planning, business development, realestate management or related field. A Master’s Degreein Business Administration is desirable. An equivalentcombination of formal education and appropriate relatedexperience may be considered.p a g e6

Salary & CompensationThe salary range is 77,022.40 - 119,371.20 with anexcellent benefit package, including retirement throughNevada PERS (Public Employees’ Retirement System).How to Apply:A. Please submit, both a cover letter and résumé. Werequire your files to be submitted as PDFdocuments. We prefer that you send both your coverletter and resume as one combined document. Pleasedo not send your cover letter in the body of an email.Send your PDF files to ADK Executive Search at:[email protected]. Please complete the ADK employment applicationform at: ADK Application Form(this is a secure link)Filing Deadline: Wednesday, August 30, 2017Only complete electronic submissions will beconsidered.Email questions to: [email protected] a g e7

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